Published at Wednesday, September 04th, 2019 - 14:14:35 PM. Living-Room. By Denise Lagrange.
One of the unique and often unnoticed qualities of color is that it can psychologically change the size of the room. Light colors make rooms feel bigger. This is why ceilings are often painted white, making them feel higher. Dark colors draw the walls of a room together, so people rarely paint rooms in very dark shades. If your living room is small, go with lighter shades. On the other hand, if you have a large living room, especially if it feels too big, a darker color can make it feel more homey and intimate.
In all likelihood you probably have not given much attention to the amount of times you sat down on your living room sofa. Interestingly, the average individual spends about 20% of their day on the sofa. That’s why the sofa needs to take a beating and still keep you comfortable. Also, if you’re like most people, your sofa is probably more mature than your car and other luxury items in your home. On average, most families keep their sofa for 10.5 years.
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